A very interesting research that shows us that even in the presence of a “cold Mars”, under a layer of surface ice can be created the right conditions to support life, albeit in microbial form.
Although the eternal controversy on the initial climatic conditions of Mars will drag on for decades, it seems that even in the worst case (“cold Mars” with a temperature that does not allow the stable presence of liquid water on the surface, except locally and for geothermal reasons), Mars would have generated and hosted life permanently underground!
A really intriguing article, not only for what concerns Mars but also for the implications related to the search for life on other planets…
Truly unmissable! 😉

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